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ArrtTn of Trains,
The following change of schedule took
Wo s arrives at j o& a m,
? . K fro
iu uo a in,
7-09 p m,
" 8.51 p m, (flag)
2.00 a m(lieimt)
37 arrives at 8.49 a .n, (flag)
ii lid a in,
" 8.51 p ra.
" 9.20 p'm, (floff)
" 7 19 a m,
8 49 a m, (freight)
Xo.35. when running ahead ot No. 7,
is flawed if necessary for through travel
tuth of ( harlotte, and is stopped for
jvissensrcrs arriving from Lynchburg or
beyond. No. 30 stops regularly for
jsisst'nsrers for Salisbury, High Point,
Greensboro, Eeidaville, Danyille and
j riacipul stations between DanyiUe and
Washington. No. 37 stops for pas
sengers coining from J-ynchburc or
points beyond, and to take on pas
sengers for regular stopping places
soutiiof Newells. No. 38 stops to let
oil passengers from regular stopping
places south of Newells and to take on
fiasseugers for regular stopping places,
Lynchburg or beyond.
'Son. 3 and 34 stop at Concord for
pfts-sencera to or from the C. G. & A.
division Charlotte to Augusta and
other points in South Carolina, Georgia
uutl Florida, reached through Columbia
Nos. 7, 8, 11 and 12 are the local trains
a id connect at Salisbury with, trains of
YV. N. C. Division.
f KLEPHONE NO. 71.
5s " t
-ixr, Their Own Praise."
: . STIEFFisthe PIANO to buy;
is in) equal for the money as you
. tlie middleman's profits and it will
.-r a lifetime; but we haves several
-.rgfiins in other makes.
.m- nave Tanen in. excnanije ior
I'lEFF'S two Ivors & Pond Pianos,
. the finest style that firm inanu
tures and it is almost new. If you
:.t this make here are bargains.
M Qtioof liM 31'iuiifftctnrer,
cJX III, ULlUUlj Baltimore 3IU.
Uory Brancli Wareroom, riV!-
charlotte, X. C.
C. H. Wilmoth, Mgr.
i: Tuning. Palace Organs.
Mr. J SEckford, who was here
two years ago and conducted a
aicing shool, is here.
Rev. B Lacy Hoge will fill the
!.',it of Rev. A C Barron in
-itrloUu tomorrow night.
Craven Bros, have a change
in their ad today. Be sure you
'.-May Onfp.shus returned to
. -i)ttf aiL:r sj-.-T-iling a week
:. Mis ?viai'gaj'ot Cannon.
Alexander Sz Hendrix
:.;;n i uck wLeat, Apples
.!'::;:: fresh at Jno. P
A N '..aiidor has returned
!: ; accompanying the
c ). ;f Charlotte to At-
' !;-s. .J F Rolfe returned home
':'! y night from Evansville,
!t. whore she spent four
1 1 '.'IS.
:. J 11 "White, of No. 11
- hip, left Friday night for
iaton to spend several days
'A. LaiTerty, son of Dr. J S
ly, of China Grove, has
vil a school at Derita.
i ave an assistant.
ihree-year old child of Mr.
Korton, of Cannonville,
i-'riday morning. The
were interred at Boger's
h No. lo township.
..'ill Widenhuuse, who
v 11 L Parks ctCo., has
i!--' 'tz'l, lions4 on South
" . I hi intends to
A SENSATION CAUSED.
fill 1 M m I
ineaianiyEuterprise Comes Out With
Statements About tho Pvi,ib
Were There UstWeeUheP,,,:
Tir . J""
Claim proM o .i,uuw WA11 e ai . ot. jraui'S
i-rery Statement To Be Un- church in Rowan county. To-
ue' j morrow night Rev. R C Holland,
In the last issue of the Stanly ' of Charlotte will deliver
Enterprise Editor Bivins makes a u sermon bfore the Woman's
statement that the Knijhts of foTI F-eign Missionary
T0myiaiting l0dgeS con" I The Sacrament of the Lord's
crusted themselves in a very un- j supper will be administered at
gentlemanly way on their return I Central Methodist church tomor
to Salisbury on the Yadkin train I ?W mornin during the morn-
somft daxrc oo-a . .!
j u axVJvL nie insuitug
tion of tue lodge there. The
statement Yvas also made that it
Yvas a ' drunken crbYTd.
The aboe statements caused
the Pythians of Albemarle, Sal
isbury, Charlotte and Concord to
become indignant as soon as they
saYv the statement and the mem
bers of different toYvns were soon
telephoning and telegraphing
to each other to see if there is
any truth in the statement.
The Pythians claim that every
assertion made is untrue and will
be brought out in the proper
form and in tho proper way.
Their highest officers were
quickly apprised of the fact.
From what the Pythians tell us
the statement was made without
a proper investigation of the
A 'Tacky" Party.
A number of the younger la
dies gathered at Mr. Jno. A
Cline's Friday night and had . a
regular ; 'tacky" party. The
girls Yvere dressed in all kinds of
ways and indeed looked 'tacky. '
It Yvas a pleasant time and Miss
Rosa May Phillips gained the
prize for the most appropriate
costume for the occasion.
Escaped From the Chahigang.
Officers are on the lookout for
John Bean, a white man, who
escaped from the chaingang
Friday. John Bean was serving
a sentonce for retailing Yvhiskey
and Yvas put on the chaingang a
number of months ago.
Gen. Henry Dead.
Gen. Guy V Henry, the mili
tary governor of Porto Rico,
died in NeYV York Friday night.
It is understood that he lost his
health at the post of duty and
i succumbed to pneumonia.
NEW YORK MARKETS.
j Jan ... 13
j March 15
; Dec . 9
: Sugar 15-
7oi roi m
73 731 73i
BANK STATEMENT. j
Reserve Increase . . .. 1,597,450:
Species Decrease 662,6001
j jLegais Increase . . .
: Loans Decrease ....
Mr. E A Hall is night over- j
seer of the spinning room in thej
Wiscassett and Mr. T M Crowell ;
is overseer of the card room.
tf es nnrnn TintfrTO
r uit f?i.uu x
Joe Fisher, Proprietor
With the Churches Tomorrow.
! There will be no services at
St" James Lutheran church to-
Iuo ei vice. Kegular service;
Rev J M L Lyerly, principal
of Crescent academy, Yvill preach
at Trinity Reformed church to
morroYV. Rev. T W Smith will fill his
pulpit at Epworth Methodist
church tomorrow morning. To
morroYV evening at 6.45 o'clock
Rev. Nelson Yvill conduct the
Mr. A Johnson, of the Thomas
yille Orphanage, will fill the pul
pit of the Baptist church tomor
roYv morning. Missionary exer
cises will, .be held tomorrow
Rev. W. B. Oney will hold
services at St. Andrews Luth
eran church tomorrow night.
Rev. J. D. Arnold will hold
regular seiwices at Forest Hill
M. E. church tomorrow morning
The Rector. Rev. J C Davis,
will conduct services at All
Saints Episcopal church tomor
oyv morning at 11 o'clock and
tomorrow evening at 5 o'clock.
Sunday school at 1Q o'clock in
There will be regular services
at the First Presbyterian church
tomorrow morning and tomorrow
night by the pastor, Rev. W C
Working Nig;ht and Day.
The busiest and mightiest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coated
globule of health, that changes weak
ness into strength, listiessness into
energy, brain-fag into mental power.
They're wonderful in building up the
health. Only 25c per box. Sold by
Fetzer's Drug store.
Annual Inspection Notice.
The members of the Cabarrus
Black Boys military company
are urgently requested to be at
their armory this after
noon at 5 o'clock to stand the
BEST PRESCRIPTION FOB
and fever is a bottle c Grove's Taste
less Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure;
Then why experiment with worthless
imitationb? Price 50 cents. Your
money back if it fails to cure.
Kv-M V oIM Of I hem
Will pit-US'" yo ! '"f!i- :J!l1
see (liHin A hi.' lot f
W. C. CCRRELL,
THK JEW K LEU
5 dozen Ladies Linen
j ineis at 60c. do
1120 )airs .Misses
two uwa. 2x2 rib
bed, sizes 5 to
1 1 1.
Ladies Black Hose with white
feet for 5c.
Ladies Black Hose with split
feet for 25c.
Shoes! Shoes!! Don't forget us
on Shoes. We have the test m
town for the money.
Gibson & Morrison.
A NE W
BLUE AND BLACK.
Makes a happy home for all the members of her household. So
make her happy by sending her home one of our handsome stoves.
Will save her a -world of worry, to say nothing of the fuel. "A
Word to the Yvise is sufficient. " A few s will buy them.
, ,J :
- Also Uni
We ar4 ptupared
to give the peopie this winter
better bargains than osual in ali
Heav . and
At vvhoiesdib and
retail. Ir. will pay you to set?
our Lire Stock ot
before buyiug. For Clover
Seed, Seed Rye; and Rock S;ilt
o, w. Patterson's.
Cannon c Fetzer Co,
'.'; u r a :'.us.
s LOBCOfU i
'ii' -.- t he iniMnosspubl.c a reliable, ier-
ii i " ' !j . '....liscrvative aud accommoJat
nil iianki'j instution.
. u.oit your patronage with the
assu-Muceof honorable treatment aud
due uppieciatiou of your patron-igre.
If ) can serve you nny time wi. will
he p:fid. to have you come and se us.
LI BE HAL ACCOM YIO D ATK NS
Capital zss Surplus - - $70 000.
. ii i'oLTt'. v..E, Chashier,
. M.Odkjl. -resident.
Ut, Li. u J -.'LIV'KKY
Jm in rt.ar ol -r?? ai HoihI. Om
DitrjH r.-.-t '.KiJfdrgf r frain?.
Outlit- ' - R furnished
j it r- tsonaoie prices.
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